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St Agnes 1-1 Illogan

A good game of football this afternoon that was closely contested throughout. The first half was fairly even, Illogan had more possession but Aggie created 3 clear chances and were unlucky not to be infront at the break.

The Illogan right back had the first real chance, ghosting in at the back post only to shank his shot over the bar. Graham Grithiths also made a slo-mo diving save especially for the cameras to palm away a shot from the edge of the area. Aggie responded with a headed chance from Richie Horsewell that beat the keeper but not the post. Spencer Hassell and Sam Connolly also went close in the last 10 minutes of the half. HT 0-0.

Aggie came out strongly at the start of the second period and took the lead when Connolly was dragged to the ground 3 yards out with the goal at his mercy. Hassel put the spot kick over the keeper who dived the right way.

Illogan equalised with 25 to play when the ball was knocked down on the edge of the box and volleyed home. Illogan pushed for the winner as the home side tired, and they had 3 or 4 good chances in the closing stages including a double clearance off the line by the smiling boots of Neil Gapp and a 1on1 save by Big G's broken ribs (he was only playing because he had a new kit to wear!) but the Saints held on for what was a fair result in the end.

Great performances all round but James Thomas's return to centre midfield and quality set pieces stood out today.

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division 5

wendron 0 - newquay 0 .

wendron had most of possesion and hit the bar 3 or 4 times but just couldnt put the ball in the net. especcally when there young keeper dont know

his name but pulled off several good saves to earn newquay a hard earned point.

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Goonhavern 2-2 Carharrack (0-2 h/t)

Today was just one of those days. We played some good stuff in the first half without putting the ball in the back of the net. A combination of woeful finishing, bad luck and some dogged Carharrack defending meant that we somehow found ourselves 2-0 down at half time after 2 goals from their lone striker.

Second half started much the same with us pilling on the pressure and Carharrack sitting very deep with 10 players behind the ball. We got back into the game from a Joe Carlyon penalty (still not sure what it was given for though!) and equalised with about 15 minutes to go through Sam Mansfield. We again continued to pressure looking for the winner but it somehow didn't come. On another day we would have scored 10, however, I don't want to take anything away from Carharrack who will be probably be aggrieved after letting a 2 goal lead slip and but their bodies on the line on a number of occasions. Also goes to show that there are no easy games in this league. All the best to Carharrack for the remainder of the season.

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Jubilee Cup

Mawnan 3-2 Troon aet

Fantastic performance from Troon today missing 4 or 5 players against a very strong mawnan side. Troon should of killed them off after going 2 1 up but didnt, Mawnan striker took his 3 goals well... Best of luck to Mawnan in the next round.

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Div 3

Culdrose 7-1 Halestown

Easy win for Culdrose who lead 1-0 at HT. Scored the six in the 2nd half playing into the Culdrose hurricane. Halestown kept going to the end but only managed two shots all game, the second was a top corner screamer!

Culdrose goals from Bufferey x3, Goulding, Simmons, Mullen, Christmas.

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Lockhart Cup

Madron 3 Praze 3 (aet)

Madron won 4 - 3 on penalties

good effort from my lads today against 1 of the best passing sides we have played against this season they play some cracking football at times.

Good way to celebrate 1 year in charge of a great bunch of lads and must say thanks to them all.

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Jubilee cup

St Buryan 2 st day 3

Extremely short of players today but credit must go to the boys today gave everything they had. Their goals came from set pieces 2 Pens 1 was a clear pen but the other was not and a free kick. Ours goals came from Jamie and Martin.

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Ludgvan 5 St Buryan 2

Ludgvan deserved there win today.

Gerrens James/Jones not sure of his surname was the real difference today scoring 3 goals. Might have been a different game if the ref had the balls to award Buryan a penalty in the first 5 mins when Ludgvans keeper brought down the forward in the box. Everybody watching including the players knew it was a stonewaller apart from the ref. He was poor throughout and Ludgvan should of had at least one penalty.

Buryan were missing two key players today and it showed.

Be interesting to see what Ludgvans thoughts on the ref are!

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Gulval 0 - 4 Gwinear CT ( ht 0-2 )

Comfortable win today , Gulval fought to the end though and we rode our luck a couple of the times to keep our clean sheet , some woeful and at times very confusing decisions kind of spoilt the game a bit but all in all not a bad game to watch.

The home sides left winger no.11 looked tricky on the ball but most of the good play came from the visitors Barnaby Dagger curled a free kick in for the second week running only this week the ref didn't chalk it off and the second arrived via an OG from a whipped Dagger corner .

Dan Bagshaw kept a cool head when put through one on one to slot home the third and Jamie Thomas who curled in a beauty last week and had already crashed the bar in the 1st half from a similar distance capped his Motm display for the second week running by letting fly for the fourth. :drink:

Nice one on Jay Blewett today getting his second clean sheet of the season , great kicking again today and when called upon kept the home team out, well done mate :clapper:

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Division 2

Illogan 3rds 1-10 Helston res

Stu Rule

Totally outplayed by a very good Helston side who should walk this league! Quite a few new faces since we beat them in the first game of the season!!

Good luck for the rest of the season

New faces that have been with the team for the whole of the season. Lets hope you are the only team to beat us this season.

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Chacewater 4-1 Perranporth

Should have been alot more than 4 for Chacewater but from some good defending and poor efforts at the keeper it was only 1-0 at half time from a superb cross from Justin Bennetts to set up Mike Hitchens who headed home, It could have been 2-0 before half time when Brenden Hitchens was bought down in the area, Gavin Bennetts unfortubatly had the penalty saved which is unusual for him to miss. Chacewater started the second half much better than they ended the first and it was soon 3-0, goals from Brenden and Jamie Mitchell. Perranporth pulled a goal back with a swerving shot than Darren Bennetts was unable to hold and went into the net. Mike Hitchens then rounded off the scoring from a tight angle which caught the keeper off gaurd.

Man of the Match Mike Hitchens with Jamie Mitchell and Kyle Jones a close second who both had excellent games.

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Mawnan 3 - 2 troon (AET)

a great game to watch, hats off to a young, good footballing team in troon. Richie ward playing class. Also troons young right back who was there best player. A late equaliser from mawnan to take the game to extra time. A late winner for mawnan was exactly what the home team needed.

Mawnan goals chris wood x 3

Troon richie ward and ???

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Div 3

Culdrose 7-1 Halestown

Easy win for Culdrose who lead 1-0 at HT. Scored the six in the 2nd half playing into the Culdrose hurricane. Halestown kept going to the end but only managed two shots all game, the second was a top corner screamer!

Culdrose goals from Bufferey x3, Goulding, Simmons, Mullen, Christmas.

Buffery Hat-trick! that has got to hurt Slotzville's pride!! Well done lads and see you soon!

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Trelawny Div. 3

Holman SC 0 .v. Threemilestone Res. 3

A demoralising home defeat in our first league game in a month. The joys of winning in the junior cup last week were still on everyones mind and TMS took full advantage. Kevin Smith scored the visiting teams 1st when he got his foot to a low cross into the box and poked home despite pressure from our defence and 'keeper. A change to our formation, due to the players we had available, didn't really click and TMS enjoyed a fair amount of possession and I think will feel aggrieved that they didn't make more of it in the 1st period. Apart from a couple of corners our only real effort of note came from the only time we played a bit of football. Neil Pitt and Neil Anthony worked the ball between them and passed to Dean Jones who played a delightful ball to Nigel Hambly but his effort went wide. With the half time score at 0 - 1 we were happy to pretty much forget the 1st half and have a go in the 2nd period and to be fair we played much better and forced TMS onto the back foot. TMS didn't have the space they had in the 1st half but were quick to hit us on the counter. Their second goal was a quality finish when their striker tricked Mark Richards and curled the ball into the top corner. A real sickener and Holman manager Paul Jones bought all 3 subs on to try and get back in the game. We attacked time and again with Phil Greenlaw and Jordan Jackson heavily involved but couldn't find the all important goal. TMS' third came from a contested offside with the ref over ruling the linesman and their player went through 1 on 1 and scored off the post.

All the best to Threemilestone for the season.

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Mawnan 3 - 2 troon (AET)

a great game to watch, hats off to a young, good footballing team in troon. Richie ward playing class. Also troons young right back who was there best player. A late equaliser from mawnan to take the game to extra time. A late winner for mawnan was exactly what the home team needed.

Mawnan goals chris wood x 3

Troon richie ward and ???

Geg stephens got Troons 1st goal, The young right back was Joe Day

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perranwell 3 2 st.keverne

game of two halfs.perranwell bossed the first half and probably could have been more than 2 up at the break.2nd half started more even,perranwell hitting a 3rd to go 3 up early on in the 2nd half.from here st.keverne made a couple changes and really took control of the game and a scrappy goal bundled over by phil james and a great turn and volley from matthew sharpe(oh if this boy could stay fit)gave hope with around 10 mins to go.a late penalty shout for handball was st.k was turned down,prob was a pen but cant really feel too agrieved as perran should have had a blatant pen in 1st half which the ref also failed to award.a couple more chances arose but perranwell held on for a great 3 points.ref on the whole was good but at times a little petty,like no quick free kicks,having to take throw ins from the exact blade of grass the ball went out of play from.

league looks to be shaking up to be a close one and will probably come down to head to headresults between the sides at the top.also like to thank the travelling st.k fans again with nearly 30 persons coming along to support there club

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Caught the second half and extra time of the Mawnan v Troon game and have to agree withe Skeletor that Troon looked a good young side.

Very good cup game to watch that could have gone either way, neither side deserved to lose. Have to mention the Mawnan keeper, Jamie Head, who pulled off 3 or 4 top draw saves.

If Troon really were missing 4 players from their starting 11 then they will be hard to beat. Good win for Mawnan.

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Redruth Utd res 0 vs 5 Pendeen Rovers Res

quote of the day "Watch out lads the grass is wet" Jason u are a legend in your own world!!!

After both side's holding each other out in a hard fought draw at Pendeen a few weeks ago we were expecting a tough game....(we were geed up with the fact we had a strike force this time though!!!) ...In the first half and with the wind behind them Utd started trying to break down are very resilient back 4 !!! with some slick passing football...but there was no way through...Pendeen started to get into the game after 15 mins (the norm for us!!!) and started to impose ourselves in the middle of the park (big shout to John and \Jason in there great effort ...might have found a competing mid of the park :) ) and as a team started to play some nice footy .....Half time Pendeen went into the break 2-0 up with two break away goals....(speed is the answer!!)

In the 2nd half and with opening onslaught we expected and got from UTD which we soaked up...we again started to play some sweet footy ...adding another 3 goals...and a valuable 3 pts!! big shout to Jamie with his 1st goal that sooned turned into 4!!!! and Gary 4his screamer which i missed but was told (a million x's) was awesome!!!!

Would like to say thanks to Redruth and hope the lad that was involved in the clash in the 1st half is ok.

My MOM Jason House.

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Goonhavern 2-2 Carharrack (0-2 h/t)

Today was just one of those days. We played some good stuff in the first half without putting the ball in the back of the net. A combination of woeful finishing, bad luck and some dogged Carharrack defending meant that we somehow found ourselves 2-0 down at half time after 2 goals from their lone striker.

Second half started much the same with us pilling on the pressure and Carharrack sitting very deep with 10 players behind the ball. We got back into the game from a Joe Carlyon penalty (still not sure what it was given for though!) and equalised with about 15 minutes to go through Sam Mansfield. We again continued to pressure looking for the winner but it somehow didn't come. On another day we would have scored 10, however, I don't want to take anything away from Carharrack who will be probably be aggrieved after letting a 2 goal lead slip and but their bodies on the line on a number of occasions. Also goes to show that there are no easy games in this league. All the best to Carharrack for the remainder of the season.

We got amongst you in the first half and we really showed passion and went 2-0 up from goals by Liam Bray could have been 3-0 if your keeper pulled off a great save and so did Chowny to keep it 2-0 at half time. On the penalty decision it wasn't but saying that you could have had other from the handball so it equalled it up! U dominated the second half but we were dangerous on the break! Thought at the end we hung on for dear life! But felt could of had a penalty at the end! We were very happy with a point with a scratched team! All the best to goonhavern for the season! It's yours to lose I think!

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Lockheart cup

Storm 0-4 stithians

It was always guna be a tough game for storm today after missing 5 first teamers 3 from out previous starting bak for. Also knowing stithians were a good side that beat us 11-0 earlier on in the season. We battled hard today and made to silly mistakes which cost us two goals stithians also added a 3rd just before half time. After half time we battled hard and were all over the other team to begin with but couldn't find a goal. Fitness paid its toll in the end and. Stithians grabbed a fourth near the end. A lot better performance from storm never gave up! Would like to add that our young left back who was taken away in an ambulance has not broken anything jus badly swollen an will be available to play in about 3 weeks. Thanks to stithians for coming back to the pub nice bunch of lads

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Div 4

Wendron 3rds 1-2 Goonhavern Res

Brilliant game with good football throughout from both sides. Felt we carved out a few more chances and probably deserved it.Wendron scored with 2 to go then in the final minute the big lad from the back almost snapped the crossbar with a thundering header following a corner. Other than that I feel we defended superbly. Another valuable 3 points. Wendron were possibly the best passing side we have played this season so far. Goals today from Marley and Steve Chapman. Bring on the cup next week!

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Caught the second half and extra time of the Mawnan v Troon game and have to agree withe Skeletor that Troon looked a good young side.

Very good cup game to watch that could have gone either way, neither side deserved to lose. Have to mention the Mawnan keeper, Jamie Head, who pulled off 3 or 4 top draw saves.

If Troon really were missing 4 players from their starting 11 then they will be hard to beat. Good win for Mawnan.

Yeh we were without a centre back 2 midfielders and a winger but no excuses we gave it everything, Hopefully now can push on in the league and look forward to a junior cup tie with thremilestone :c::drink: :drink:

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Div 4

Wendron 3rds 1-2 Goonhavern Res

Brilliant game with good football throughout from both sides. Felt we carved out a few more chances and probably deserved it.Wendron scored with 2 to go then in the final minute the big lad from the back almost snapped the crossbar with a thundering header following a corner. Other than that I feel we defended superbly. Another valuable 3 points. Wendron were possibly the best passing side we have played this season so far. Goals today from Marley and Steve Chapman. Bring on the cup next week!

I agree with the above statement but would also like to add an apology to Wendron FC for not going in the club for a drink after the game. One of our players suffered a head injury and we had to get him to hospital as well as getting his car home hense we had to change transport arrangements from this change it materialised we all had to leave straight away. We always as both a club and team like to support the opposition by having a drink in there club/pub after the game unfortunately we couldnt on this occasion of which I apologise for again.

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Chacewater 4-1 Perranporth

Should have been alot more than 4 for Chacewater but from some good defending and poor efforts at the keeper it was only 1-0 at half time from a superb cross from Justin Bennetts to set up Mike Hitchens who headed home, It could have been 2-0 before half time when Brenden Hitchens was bought down in the area, Gavin Bennetts unfortubatly had the penalty saved which is unusual for him to miss. Chacewater started the second half much better than they ended the first and it was soon 3-0, goals from Brenden and Jamie Mitchell. Perranporth pulled a goal back with a swerving shot than Darren Bennetts was unable to hold and went into the net. Mike Hitchens then rounded off the scoring from a tight angle which caught the keeper off gaurd.

Man of the Match Mike Hitchens with Jamie Mitchell and Kyle Jones a close second who both had excellent games.

For benefit of people reading this: Perranporth 1 - 4 Chacewater

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Division 5

St Ives Mariners 2 - 2 West Cornwall Reserves (HT 0-0)

I think both sides will have mixed feelings coming away from the game with a point each as both teams looked capable of getting all three points at different stages in the game.

From a West Cornwall perspective we really weren't at the races for about an hour, the first half passed us by with only a handful of half chances being created by both sides and when St Ives took the lead, with the wind behind them early on in the second half it felt like it could be one of those days for us, especially after we missed a penalty soon after St Ives opener.

Missing the penalty however seemed to be the kick up the backside that we needed, too often in the first half we were tempted to play it long with the wind behind us but with that wind in our faces for the second half we had to get the ball down and start to play the football that we are capable of. I don't think it would be unfair to say that we controlled the last 20 minutes of the game and looked more and more likely as time went on. We got ourselves another penalty with about 15-20 to go and this time there were no mistakes. At this point it looked that if any team would go on to win the game it would be ourselves, we then grabbed what looked like the winner with 7 minutes to go, then with almost the last kick of the game St Ives reacted to a free kick that was spilt by our keeper and they found the equaliser.

Before the game we probably would of settled for a point away to a side that will be competing for the league at the end of the season, especially in the difficult conditions. At 1-0 down and having missed a penalty I think all of the West Cornwall players would of gladly taken a draw. However to be a minute away from all 3 points having not played our best it was really disappointing to only come away with the one point.

Game was played in good spirits and was well reffed.

Looking forward to the return game, good luck to St Ives until then!

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St Agnes 1-1 Illogan

A good game of football this afternoon that was closely contested throughout. The first half was fairly even, Illogan had more possession but Aggie created 3 clear chances and were unlucky not to be infront at the break.

The Illogan right back had the first real chance, ghosting in at the back post only to shank his shot over the bar. Graham Grithiths also made a slo-mo diving save especially for the cameras to palm away a shot from the edge of the area. Aggie responded with a headed chance from Richie Horsewell that beat the keeper but not the post. Spencer Hassell and Sam Connolly also went close in the last 10 minutes of the half. HT 0-0.

Aggie came out strongly at the start of the second period and took the lead when Connolly was dragged to the ground 3 yards out with the goal at his mercy. Hassel put the spot kick over the keeper who dived the right way.

Illogan equalised with 25 to play when the ball was knocked down on the edge of the box and volleyed home. Illogan pushed for the winner as the home side tired, and they had 3 or 4 good chances in the closing stages including a double clearance off the line by the smiling boots of Neil Gapp and a 1on1 save by Big G's broken ribs (he was only playing because he had a new kit to wear!) but the Saints held on for what was a fair result in the end.

Great performances all round but James Thomas's return to centre midfield and quality set pieces stood out today.

agree with most you have said on hear it was a good game with our keeper not put under any pressure throughout where i can't say the same for the aggie keeper.... you have a good quality side there at st agnes but i think we where very unfortunate to not go away with all three points with chances created and we certainly played some great footie on a very bobbly pitch. As for the penalty the ref can only give what he sees but that was definatley not a penalty biased as i am he fell to the floor before dev got anywhere near him.. great strike from ryan treloar would not look out of place in the premiership that goal.... well done to you all at aggie and i wish you the very best for the season ahead.... buckley triangle held firm for the game again...

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Heard the Mousehole vs Falmouth albion game was a feisty affair with Mousehole putting in some Horrible tackles..... a typical day down there then.

has Chris wood scored again today ?

Wendron 0 Newquay 0

Ref had good game, wendron dominated hitting the bar three times, one from paul green from 8 yards, one from me from chest and volley from 30 yrds and one from Martin M from 30 yrs which hit the underside and went over the line by about 2 feet but lines man missed it.

Newquay had some good young players who will cause teams problems in the future

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Newlyn NA Res. 6 (5) Ludgvan Res 5 (1)

Good game for those watching! Newlyn were a little flattered by the 5-1 lead at half time. We took our chances well, and deserved to be in front, but Ludgvan were awkwardly, for us, still in the game. Still, close out the first 10 minutes, and gently coast to a good win..... that was the plan. This came un-stuck a few minutes in as crap defending allowed the away team to notch their second, followed closely by the third. Hmmmm, 5-3, no need to panic, but all of a sudden the ball was like a hot-potatoe. It was good stuff I guess, a real battle, chances at either end, Ludgvan then getting another to make it 5-4 before Newlyn finally added to our tally with a rather fortunate "OG". Time to relax? Nope, Ludgvan notched their fifth, and that was that. Phew - keeps Newlyn un-beaten in the league.

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